What is the Partnership for Growth (P4G) Policy Area?

In 2014, the municipalities of Corman Park, Martensville, Osler, Saskatoon and Warman began to develop a long term regional vision and strategy for rural and urban land use, servicing and development to grow the region to a population of 1 million people. This partnership is called the Saskatoon North Partnership for Growth or P4G. 

On January 1st, 2022, the P4G Planning Policy Area was established, therefore replacing the Saskatoon-Corman Park Policy Area, as well as encompassing parcels originally within the RM of Corman Park Planning District. Click here for information on the boundaries of the two current Planning Districts.

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1. What is the Partnership for Growth (P4G) Policy Area?
2. Why do we need a P4G planning district?
3. If I want to develop my property after the P4G planning district is in place, will I need approval from all five partner municipalities?
4. My property is in one of the areas shown as ‘Growth to 700,000’ on the P4G OCP maps. What does this mean?
5. My property is in the Green Network Study Area. Can I develop it?
6. Do the land use designations on the District Land Use map mean I cannot develop my land for several decades?
7. Will the five P4G municipalities be amalgamated into a single municipality?
8. What is the proposed governance structure for the P4G planning district?
9. What will be the process to change the P4G OCP - including the District Land Use map?